My and my boyfriend where talking last night about certain couple we know when things turned on us. I tried to explain something to him by using us as example (I talked about the night he first told me he loved me like a year ago) when he said something about "you don't understand the first thing about my love." :evil: Well I got upset, cussed and fussed and allowed him to explain himself. After he did and I understood what exactly he was talking about, he goes on to explain that if someone loves you, you should be able to tell it. Love is a verb not a thing and you show someone you love them and they should be able to see it without you EVER telling them.
So my question is
Do you consider Love a verb - something you do (showing your love)or do you consider it a noun - that love can be objectified (giving someone your heart)
love is most definitely a verb. how am i to know you've "given me your heart" if you never SHOW it. you have to do whatever it is you do to show people that you love them (cause different people do different things, of course). actions will always speak louder than words.